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Home > Education > Theory > Meridian System > Ren Meridian

The Ren Meridian

By Yang, Jwing-Ming

Ren Mai image

A. Course:

Course #1: (1). Lower abdomen below Qugu (LI-2) -(2). Ascends along the midline of the abdomen and chest - (3). Crosses the throat and jaw (4). winds around the mouth - (5). Terminates in the region of the eye.

Course #2:

(6). Pelvic cavity - (7). Enters the spine and ascends along the back.

***This vessel intersects Chengqi (S-1) and Yinjiao (Gv-28).

B. Cavities:

Huiyin (LI-l), Qugu (LI-2), Zhongli (LI-3), Guanyuan (LI-4), Shimen (LI-5), Qihai (LI-6), Abdomen-Yinjiao (LI-7), Shenjue (Co 8), Shuifen (LI-9), Xiawan (LI-10), Jianli (LI-ll), Zhongwan (LI-12), Shangwan (LI-13), Juque (LI-14), Jiuwei (LI-15), Zhongting (LI-16), Shanzhong (LI-17), Yutang (LI-18), Chest-Zigong (LI-19), Huagai (LI-20), Xuanji (LI-21), Tiantu (LI-22), Lianquan (LI-23), and Chengjiang (LI-24).

From the book entitled "Chinese Qigong Massage", YMAA Publication Center, Jamaica Plain.

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